Month: July 2019
Ice cream shops invade south KC
Dairy Queen is set to open any day now with Andy’s Frozen Custard opening next month. Read up on the latest news regarding sweet, frozen concoctions in south KC.
Sun Fresh has plans for the Red Bridge grocery store
Its been nearly a year since Balls Food Stores purchased the Red Bridge Sun Fresh. See what future plans they have in store for the neighborhood grocery store.
Chez Les Canses – Chouteaus town before Kansas City
Telling the story of Kansas City is intertwined with the ambitions of Francois and Berenice Chouteau, who without much fear, uprooted their lives to live in the wilderness of western Missouri.
Reward increase to $25,000 for homicide tips
Omaha, a city only slightly smaller than KCMO in population has been offering a reward of up to $25,000 for homicide tips for some time. Last year, he said, Omaha had only 20 homicides and Kansas City had 138.
Angry Martin City business owners get reduction in outlandish property valuations. Here’s how you can too.
The Board of Equalization will conduct a hearing at 10 am Wednesday at the Jackson County Legislative Chamber to determine whether further deadline extensions are necessary property owners to appeal.
County legislators unite to oppose 2019 property reassessment values, issue statement
The county legislature issues a statement that opposes the 2019 reassessments and asks they be discarded.
Peters Clothiers has big plans for new location in south KC
A partially vacant shopping center on State Line Road just south of 123rd Street will be redeveloped by the Arvanitakis siblings, who recently opened Peters Clothiers.
The Priests of Pallas parade entertained thousands in Kansas City
Starting in the 1880s, city leaders saw a need to showcase Kansas City in a new light. An extravagant week-long event called the Priests of Pallas was created.